Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 14, 1912 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, November 14, 1912
Page 8
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,,i.!'-ii|iv^ . I J This New Ybrlt Sloi^e Our New Yoi*k residence buyer, who is ever alert for good bargains, bought for Spot Cash from overstocked manufacturers xof New Yprk, $10,000 worth of new and up-to-date Cloaks, Suits, Dresses, Skirts and Furs, which we now offer for sale. We must dispose of them quickly. Don't delay. Come at once. You buy at less than wholesale. U\{i new (;H1M;IIILLA ami FANir\- NDVELTY OOATS. jjoldcn browns juul ^'n«vs; jvKnhir Jl.'l .no values; ^Ifl flfl lu this »alo, only .«P lUiUU mo hantlsonip XOVi'.l.TY COATS. Cliini-hilla. hijih grade n(»v- oltv Hoths in hoautifn! sl-ades of fans, browns and gif.vs; p nfl vaim's np to ?L '*-*.r .ll; in thin sale tj) ItliUU 100 Ladies* and Misses' BLACK ('OATS; ?HI value; 0C M in this sale, only <4 ^UiUU lijO Ladieii' and X!is:M.s' ULACK CARACUL COATS; fl >C Qn filO values; in this sale, only yUiuO deep 7.-. SKALKTTK PUSH COATS, shawl roll eollar. ^IQ |;n (•v.r<. sM.Mi values, in this sale i <piZidU 90 GE\T-IXE SEAL PLCSH COATS, satin lined; (MQ nfl shawl roll collars. (J inch <*uffs. $'2'2'tO value, in this sale.. . .«P lUiUII l.'r>() SKIRTS, nil new lOrJ.uitMlels. blaek.and liavy, ^ QO ^l8o extra sizes in this lot; value; in this sale... ... .fpftwO '^no SKIRTS, slrielly tailored, hifih jirade Fifueh QO Serjie. also new novelty niixtuivs. all sixes; ^T.StJ value; at. .ipUiwO V2Ty SKIRTS, all wmd Freneli Ser^s, rauaniax and dJO QO Diagonals, black and navy, values up to ITLOO; dioiec y^CiUO .-!» STRICTLY TAILORED-J^UITS in navy and black French or Storm Sergi*. .satin lined coats. $lo.(M) values; f Q ftC in }his sale, only yOiwW 2.-) MAN TAIIiOREl) SKITS. iK'autiful styles, in fancy iiiix- tures, (^lieviots and Seta's, all new 1UV2 models; s«i»ic QC extra sigi's in this lot; $LS.tH> values; in this sale ylbiwu IS HKJH ORADE TAILORED SriTS. cutaway coaHi or strictly man tailored gimninteed lining; regular .$:;u .(M( |IP values; in this sale, only y lUiJil LT> PARTY DRESSES, regular $-J(MM» vahies; now on sale, only ...... .'v ........-. $16.50 8 IU«aufiful NET DRESSES; values up to $_MMIO; CIO flA s;imples. your choice, each ...iPllliUU 1 V2 high grade SERC.E DRESSES in navy ami black; d>7 AO I15.IM) values, now on wile, only ^1 111 lieaiitiful SERCE DRESSES in black and uavy; ftfl ?I(MMI values, cow only ip «li«IU^' AT REMARKARLY LOW IMUCES. Scarfs spei-i;illy prii-cl as low as JUJ^i Muffs pri.-ed as low as ...J|H.98 C«dl:i U Shawls now jirin'<l .-is lo .Jj«.50 .$6.50 25% Reduction on all Millinery. 'Nuff Said. Take note of our Prices in South Window.' WILL OIL THE ROCK ROMS KECSIIO ROOTY WILL THIS DK- CRE:4 S £ THE WEAK. on Protects Koads and Allen Tounty Shonid Protect Its Investment : The Same Waj. its displacement means Jhat just tliat mucli of tlic raacadara lias been blowa or tlirown away. Tlie use of qil is designed to stop this wastin.? process and add to the durability of the highways of which this vicinity is quite proud. The speciflcationa provide that the oil must be itpplie)! at a temperattirv of 175 degrees so that it will permeate into the subgradc and have a more lusting effect than a mere surface application. OIQUE LITEIJARY PRWGRA .1I. PniillK Took Ladies* Home for Their (•aide. Journal There is a valuable and tim<M geptlon for Allen county in tlii. from the Channto Tribune: A.11 the roclt roads in Tiopn ship needing such repairs arc oiled by the Tioga Township R--' I Commission. It has called for bids which are to . be opened Saturday, Xdvomber 30. The idea is to pFeserve the macadam which has beenl constructed in the township at a cost of many thous ands, of dollars. The theory of ma• cbdam is that the constant action of wheels on its surface will grind the rock into dust which sifts down between the interstices of the subgrade. cementing it together, so that thfe road "Will get better with age instead of deteriorating. There are many things which hind^ er this process hereabouta. To begin with frequent winds sweep the dust off before it has a chance to settle down Into the subgrade. Another source of waste-Is the passage of motor vehicles at a high rate of speed. The rapidity with which they move ' apd the weight with which their rubber tires press upon the highway produce a vacuum which lifts the dust and throws it into the air. Large ' last night, town- 1 Mr. Slater, o hp 1 Burning, showed clearlj) Christian Chnrrh. attenclance of the meeting le illustrated song by l^t the Lower Ught Be splendid. The sermon was the progressive development of tie gospel." Pastor Allen will speak :onight On "The Gospel as God Gave It Adapted to the Human. Heart as God Made It." This will be another illuFtrated sermon, with all tie power and; impressiveness which Mr. Allen gives, to all his sermons. Friday night' the subject will be "The Great Judgment," a diagram will be used to illustrate this sermon also. The design of these sermons is to give Bible instruction and every "one who can should avail himself of the opportunity foi^ the meeting will be short at best. Beginning at 7:30 each evening. From 8:30 to 11:30 tonight the Social Club of the Elks will entertain at the Elks Club Rooms, dancing and card-playing affording amusement for all comers This is the seoond meeting of I the club and it is hoped that there will be a good attendance and that the meetings may be made regu- This dust is a part of the road and lar features of the winter One of the mo5t unique literary society programs ever "put on" at the high school, was staged yesterday afternoon by the Chi Omega Society. The entire program consisted of a representation of some one reading the Ladies' Home Journal. Cleo DoggcU opened the program by picking up a Journal an dturning to "That Reminds Me." Then followed a paper of jokes, read by Webster Bennett. Earl M<-Kinney was next with the editorial nage. The short story "Old Martin s Thanltsgiving" was read by Miss Josephine Mufray. Then followed the music page. Next a poem by Ellen Leen. The "pretty girl questions and beauty hint" department was conducted by Miss Talbert. Household Hints were enumerated by Miss Dorothy Kcl ley. and the program Wa« concluded with the American Girl department, canduded by Miss Bessie Billbe. 411 the. work, with the exception of the jokes, was original, and well pleasing to all the "Chis." S'S-Ste"-""- - '^-imNT FOR HOSMNOS NOW The subject for the next debate, i which will hrf held .November 27, is: Resolved, Thk the presidency should - , „.vi w r — bo limited to a single term of six That U «»ne «f the Joys Which Come years, with the power of recall. W«h EqB»l Mflfmfe In K«n«» ! the Lnwjerx Say. BOO.STERS' COXCERT PRtMJRA.H. '^''t S .rA VoJfo"SS'W "ht""'', the husband asking a.imony The lola Booster Quartette will put i he seeks to divorce, on its first n >ublic cuncert at the! Wichita lawyers sjiy that equal suf United Brethren Church tomorrow ev-1 frapo in Kiuisjis inits woman on the DEBATED EQUAL SCFFRAGE. High School Stndent!! Interested-in the Xew Idea. The Debating Council of the high school held it's second meeting last night and debated the subject of Equal Suffrage. Although the question has already been settled In Kansas, there were many interesting points brought out on Imth the affirmative and negative sides of the question. The leaders for the sides were Mr. McCall. affirmative, and Mr. Fry, negative. After the debate, the new constitution, which has recently been drafted br a SPECIAL NOTICE! Frighman's Dry Goods Store will open Saturday with the Greatest Sale ever inaugurated in the City of lola. Wait for further announcemient of This Great Sale. / s ening. begihninK at .S o'cloclc. This quartette is composed of Messrs. J. \V. Reynolds, first tenor: Charles E. May, second tenor; George 1* Waite baritone, and Walter Hamilton, bass. Accompaniments will be played by Mrs. Lawrence Faust. Following is the program handed to the Register: ^ "We Meet Again Tonight" Anon. "I Thinic of Thee. Margareta",nelmund The Colored Band" .Dockstader Quartette. Bass Solo—"The Ocean Never Sleeps" Mr. Walter Hamilton. The Sailors' Chorus" Jos. Parry "The Rosary" E. .\evin "Let the Hills and Vales Resound" (Patriotic) „ Ar. from Brihdley Quartette. "The WAyside Cross" (sacred) Palmer Solo and Quartette. Reading' Selected I Miss Mae Brown. Comedy Burlesque Selected Quartette. A small admission will be charged, the muslcale being given under the auspices ot the Christian Endeavor Society of the U. B. Church. ROOTS BOWLERS DEFEATED. Decker AuMmbled a Tcaa That Took Them Into ^ap. Decker's bowling team took the Root Stars down the line last night to flie tune of 200 pins. Root's team has been beaten only once and then by only eleven points^ but they found their own private Waterloo w*en they went up against Decker's bunch last nisfat. Botti teams used only four men and at the finish the score of the bowlers stood as follows: Total. ToUI. Whitakcr 494 Belt.;. 5S7 Vamer 445 Mundls.. 491 Aspinall 464 West SM Root Docker ..6«4 same plane with man and with, thr same responsibilities. Ther are predicting that Kansas men who are divorced by wi\eS tired of fccm will sue for alimony. Their predictions are based on records of other states. In Colorado 99 men are being supported by their divorced wive^. In Oregon 23 and in California 74. That affable chap who secured the census secured an interesting line on this divorce bu'-i- ness and reports 6,354 case in the United ^tates wfeere divorced wives are supporting their husbands. These men want to know why if the women are to measure their fitness for citisehship. shoulder to shoulder with the male of the sppcie" the alimony rule shouldn't work back wards. Wichita lawyers say that the rule should work both ways. Kansas has no record In this line that has been made pnbllc so far. In, Nevada, where stands Reno, whose in-°{ dnstry Is clipping matrimonial Imnds, there are five men only receiving sup port from their wives. It isn't ineces sary for a state to have eqnal suffrage for the men to ask thin stipulation. Very few men have the iftrve to do it unless their wives can vote.^ Wichita Beacon. TTielightfortlieHome fTITSS use—the best lamp you can hay is the Rajpx'^ There is noclar^ oofiider. The Sght Is soft and dear. ThsRq^ is • low priced lsmp« bot yoa cannot get better lj|ht at oiQrpripaq Rajro lainps are IightIo{ mora Aan thrfi? niiPiflfl fifliiiffi» i Mad* la varfeos itj^ and teallj THE FARMERS' LXSTITITE. [ sible doubt that every farmer who at- . < tends will be more than repaid for The Joplin papers are exhorting the citixens to spend their money to send delegates to the American Min- found ,'ing Congress equipped to make a ' — sturdy fight to prevent the Wilson administration from tampering with the taritr on sine ore, lest the price at the Joplin mines fall from the high mark it has maintained for the past .three years. PromLie of an Unnsually Large At- ; whatever time and trouble it may cost tcDdanre Friday and Satorday.' him ta come. "The noticeable thing aboRt all these institutes is that it is the best farmers in every coanty that are most regular in their attendance. With the weather as it is and with such a program as is promised, the Farmers' Institute, which is to be »_ v D uoii c-i^.,- o«* ! The more a man khows about farminff held in the K. P. Hall Friday and Sat- „ ^^^^ ,.O«H,.^ . i^t *t.]^ urday o fthis week, should attract a '"«^i,''«J«f"^^ '^''^^ * lot there large attendance. Topics of the m<75t | «• vital imiwrtance to farmers will be discussed by men who are experts on the subject, and there can be no pos- Earl Deleplaln. of Carlyle. was a business visitor here this afternoon. CLEAN VOUR LIVER AND THIRTY FEET OF BOWELS WITH "SYRUP OF FIGS/ 1940 3140 ABBEST OX POLL TAX CASES. Wamats ISSIMI fraa Palire Coirt far M Ddiaqoeata. WSarrants were teved by Judge Smiley' at the police <^it this morning for n lolaaa who have not paid their poll tax this year. Tbo law reads that every male citizen between the ages of 311 and 50 shall pay a poll tax ot 11.50 every- year.-. The fall amonat baa aer- er.been' collected la.tUs tAtrt so Xb^ offlcials are taldac more strenuous means of collecting it, and have broQsbt snit for tbe amonnt acalnat all delioanents. The pgUce 0x9 bwr todaj 'Toandiaf <iip the^efendatDta, • > . Children's HIGH TOP BOOTS! White Nubuck, Pat White Top with Pat Cuffs Sizes 21,^ up to 8 More Effective Than Calomel, Castor Oil or Salts;! Gently Cleansek the Stomach, Liver and Bowels Without Nausea or Griping—Children Dearly Love It You kotow when your bad. when your bowels are sluggish. You feel a certain dullness and depression, perhaps the approach of a headache, font stomach gets sour and full of gas. tongue coated, breath foul, or you have Indigestion. You say. "I am bilious or couEtipated and I must take something tonight." • Most people shrink from a physio— they think of castor oil. calomel, salts or cathartic piUs. It's different with Syrup of FlgSL Its effect Is as that of. fruit; of' eating coarse food: of exercise. .Take a teaspoonful of delicious Symp of Figs tonight-and yon woot' realize you have taken anything until momtac when all ttie ci<^ed np wests matter, coar bile ^tnd constipation poisons move bn and out of your system, withnnt grippe, Bsasea or weaknesa Notiilne else cleanses and regiilates your sour, disordered stomach, tbrpid liver and thirty feet of waste logged bowels like gentle, effeAive Syrup of Figs. Don't think you are dr igghis yourself. Being-composed entiiely of luscious figs, senna and aronu tiqsy il^ can not cause injury. If your ehild is cross, sick and feverish, or Its little stOTtach sour, tra- gne coated, give ^rup of Pigs at once. It's really all that is needed-to>make children well <andi tmppy iagaln. Tbey dearly k)v«S(s pleasant^ dwte. Ask your druggist for the fuU name. "Syrup of PIga and EUxir at Senaa." and" look on the. label for the^aame— California Pig'^mp Compaar- That, and that only. Is the goraisei Refuse any other fig syrup snbsotdte «Hb contempt %'\

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